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Re: Boner/Dickens in Martin Cty,INDIANA
Posted by: Linda Date: June 23, 2001 at 09:28:17
In Reply to: Boner/Dickens in Martin Cty,INDIANA by Jerry L Dickens of 230

According to the 1840 Indiana census index there is a George W. Boner liviing in Tipp County. There were a total of 17 Boner's living in Indiana according to that census index. I am actually researching the surname Bone and trying to find out if perhaps the name would have been Boner at one time & then the "R" from the endof the name got dropped. I am researching a man by the name of John Bone from Warrick and Pike Counties in Indiana who married an Artimas Small in 1836 and then he died in 1849 before the 1850 census could be taken. I can't seem to find who any of his parents or siblings would have been for him or Artimas. I came across a record that has a James Wellington Bone listed and a Jas. Wellington Boner. Also listed is a Matthew & William Boner all in Warrick County IN. It does not list the years. This information I found in an Index to Tract Book Vol I & II for Warrick County IN. I hope to get back to the library today & see if I can look this up. Could you please tell me where Martin City is located at in Indiana--Warick & Pike are all in the southern tip of Indiana near Evansville.


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